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HOT JOB: Become an Associate District Sales Manager at Dot Foods!

HOT JOB: Become an Associate District Sales Manager at Dot Foods!
Posted By: Reggie Culpepper on May 04, 2021

Become a consultant to our over 4,500 distributor customer base. No cold calling here! Build upon existing relationships, solve problems and issues in order to increase the business we do with them. Learn about our company so that you know the company and product without blinking an eye. Execute marketing campaigns, build relationships, and track results and provide analysis. Understand food supply chain with the goal to be promoted to a District Sales Manager.

Location: Chesterfield, Missouri

Sounds good? So what do you need to bring to the table to be considered for this role? For starters:

- At least a bachelor's degree. Any degree as long as you completed the mandatory number of years to earn your bachelors. Business degree is preferable, but no necessary.
- Excellent professional communication skills - after all, you will be speaking directly with our distributors to help improve and maintain their business. This means in person, on the phone, via email, presentation artistry, etc.
- Open minded, self-starter with inquisitive nature
- Proficient computer skills

If you feel you fit the role and would like to apply, feel free to view the entire job description using the link below and then apply.

https://hbcuconnect.com/campaigns/2360/****...


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